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Month: October 2016

A Bit More on Prejudice in Wales

Posted on 31 October 2016 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

One of my most widely-read blog posts in the last year was this one, which used data from the 2011 Welsh Election Study surveys to explore attitudes, and levels of […]

And a Bit More on Wales and Brexit…

Posted on 20 October 2016 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

One last set of results from the most recent Welsh Political Barometer poll. These were some additional questions – paid for by Cardiff University, and held back from publication until […]

Wales and Brexit: Some New-ish Evidence

Posted on 18 October 2016 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

The last Welsh Political Barometer poll was conducted in mid-September. But results from a few of the questions run in the poll have only now been published. These were three […]

The Electoral State of the Parties, 5: The Liberal Democrats

Posted on 17 October 2016 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

It says something that I wondered whether this year I even needed to write a piece for this series about the Liberal Democrats. Hitherto, not talking about the party would […]

The Electoral State of the Parties, 4: UKIP

Posted on 11 October 2016 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

In my assessment of UKIP this time last year, I suggested that “Next May’s devolved election offers UKIP the realistic prospect of another significant step forward, by establishing a significant […]